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  • ユーザーの説明: review not scam - I'm a 38 years old and work at the high school (Social Science Education). In my spare time I'm trying to learn Bengali. I've been there and look forward to returning sometime near future. I like to read, preferably on my ipad. I like to watch NCIS and Doctor Who as well as documentaries about nature. I love LARPing. id="cnetReview" section="rvwBody" data-component="indepthReview"> Between Skype, FaceTime and any of Google's apps for chatting, you might think a device like the Nucleus Anywhere Intercom redundant with the smartphone you already carry in your pocket. That said, if you have elderly parents or kids to check up on, especially if they aren't so familiar with technology, a Nucleus could come in handy.A simple touchscreen with a camera you can use to make voice or video calls, the Nucleus fulfills its duties as an intercom well. You can instantly communicate from device to device, even if one of the devices is in a different home. It also communicates with phones via the app. To top it off, the Nucleus works with Amazon's digital assistant Alexa -- allowing you to make calls and access most of Alexa's other capabilities with your voice.At $250, the Nucleus is on the expensive side for a smart home device, but it's cheaper and easier to use than most tablets, since it doesn't have most tablet functions. Don't be fooled by the big touchscreen and Alexa capabilities into thinking that the Nucleus is a good at multitasking. It's an intercom with a few extras and that's it. Still, if an intercom would be useful in your life, the Nucleus is worth considering. If you loved this informative article and you would like to receive details about generously visit our own site.

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